It's half term, so if you are tasked with looking after young ones, make sure you visit something that's worth your while too. Don't forget that all this week, the design museum has workshops for the family based on its current Ferrari exhibition. Make sure you check out the Beazley Designs of the Year showcase before it closes its doors this weekend. As there are also the celebrations of Mardi Gras, Chinese New Year, and Shrove Tuesday this week, there's plenty to celebrate out there!
If you aren't responsible for entertaining schoolkids, there are several evening lectures and talks over the week, so get in from the cold, and open up to the architectural discussion.
Book your spot on this lunchtime talk by Patrik Schumacher of ZHA which focuses on the growing trend of pedestrianised districts.
Ananya Roy speaks at this London School of Economics (LSE) talk, which looks at the transformations of the urban environment through the 'theorisation of racial capitalism'. Roy will be drawing on research and social movements of Los Angeles.
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios are opening up their space for six short presentations and an open discussion on how design subtly influences our lives without us being aware of it.
Catch the New London
Architecture's Don't Move Improve exhibition, this year returning with more
innovation than ever. London's best-designed home extensions are here
celebrated, at a time where house prices and living space in London are hot
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